I am going to try out this thing where I review my month’s reads in five words. Like a review for those on the move that don’t have time to read 573 paragraphs to learn if a book is worth their time or not.

  1. Poison Princess by Kresley Cole – Apocalytpic storytelling from a teenager
  2. Endless Knight by Kresley Cole – Why I’m attracted to Death
  3. Dead of Winter by Kresley Cole – End of the World Bachelorette
  4. Goodwood by Holly Throsby – Small town people, big problems
  5. I Hunt Killers by Barry Lyga – It’s all in the title
  6. V for Violet by Alison Rattle – History without too much mystery
  7. The Problem With Forever by Jennifer L Armentrout – A little racist and predictable
  8. Jack West Jr and the Hero’s Helmet by Matthew Reilly – A cute little Jack interlude
  9. The Four Legendary Kingdoms by Matthew Reilly – All of the fucking yes!
  10. Vinegar Girl by Anne Tyler – “Modern” must be a exaggeration

Is it useful?

Does it make you want to read any of them?

Any that you will now avoid?

What was your favourite book of October?

 

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